Standard operating procedure prepared to prevent illegal mining and deal strictly in such cases

Edited By Ajay Chandigarh,Updated: 31 Aug, 2022 07:48 PM

The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) has been prepared by the Department of Mines and Geology to guide all the stakeholders involved in the prevention of illegal mining and dealing strictly in cases of illegal mining in Haryana. This information was given by Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal today.

Chandigarh, (Bansal): The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) has been prepared by the Department of Mines and Geology to guide all the stakeholders involved in the prevention of illegal mining and dealing strictly in cases of illegal mining in Haryana. This information was given in the video conferencing review meeting of all the Deputy Commissioners and Superintendents of Police of the state under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal today. S.O.P. As per the provisions of the State Rules, 2012, it is mainly divided into 4 categories, which include identification and protection of areas vulnerable to illegal mining activities, investigation of illegal mining on complaint/intimation, vehicles carrying mining material without valid permit. , the mining concession holders are violating the conditions of the approved Mining Plan/Environmental Clearance (EC).

 

-Deputy commissioner to visit places with illegal mining
Sanjeev Kaushal while giving instructions to the Deputy Commissioners said that the instructions issued related to illegal mining and environment should be ensured. Personally visit the site to review illegal mining areas and ensure action is taken against illegal miners. On receiving the complaint of illegal mining, the Deputy Commissioner will immediately constitute a committee of 3 members, including one from the Mining Department and also from the Police Department. This committee will immediately inspect the illegal mining site. This team will also get the videography of that area done during the inspection and the Deputy Commissioner can order videography of such area from the drone.

 

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Crushers installed in the districts should also be monitored carefully
Sanjeev Kaushal said that illegal mining should be completely curbed and strict action should be taken against any person found involved in it as per the prescribed norms. He said that the officers should conduct regular meetings of the District Task Force as well as inspect the mining areas from time to time. Apart from this, the crushers installed in the districts should also be carefully monitored and the patrolling of the police patrol should also be increased.

– Put up nakas to check vehicles engaged in illegal mining
Sanjeev Kaushal said that those vehicles which are engaged in illegal mining should also be confiscated and fined. Make sure to make elaborate arrangements to control illegal mining in all the districts. He asked the officials to put up nakas in the areas adjoining other states to check the movement of vehicles engaged in illegal mining. Apart from this, the permit of vehicles should also be checked.

– Take action on cases registered in illegal mining and make solid arguments in the courts
The Chief Secretary directed the superintendents of police to expeditiously act in the cases of registration related to illegal mining and to give concrete representation in the cases pending in the courts. Additional Chief Secretary, Environment and Climate Change Department, Vineet Garg, Principal Secretary Mines and Earth Sciences Anurag Agarwal, Principal Secretary Transport Department Navdeep Virk and other officers of the department were present in the meeting.


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